Latest fashion industry deals

Date: June 2020
Buyer: Boohoo Group
Target: Oasis and Warehouse
Business: High street fashion
Value: £5.25 million
Details: Online fashion retailer Boohoo has agreed to buy the online businesses and all associated intellectual property of Oasis and Warehouse from Hilco Capital. The brand and stock of both businesses were initially bought by Hilco Capital when Oasis and Warehouse collapsed into administration in April 2020.

Date: May 2020
Buyer: Boohoo Group
Target: 21Three Clothing (trades as PrettyLittleThing)
Business: Web-based fast fashion retailer
Value: Initial consideration of £269.8m with potential for further consideration based on share price
Details: Online retailer Boohoo has purchased the remaining 34 per cent of its subsidiary company PrettyLittleThing, Boohoo already held a 66 per cent majority stake in the business.

Date: August 2019
Buyer: Boohoo
Business: UK womenswear brands
Value: £18.2 million pre-pack administration
Details: Boohoo has purchased the online businesses of Karen Millen and Coast from administration as part of a pre-pack adminstration deal.

Date: March 2019
Buyer: Boohoo
Target: MissPap
Business: Online womenswear retailer
Value: Undisclosed
Details: Boohoo Group bought the brand and intellectual property assets of MissPap for an undisclosed sum.

Date: February 2017
Buyer: Boohoo
Target: Nasty Gal
Business: Young womens fashion brand
Value: $20m
Details: AIM – listed Boohoo wins US bankruptcy auction to acquire brand.

Date: December 2016
Buyer: Boohoo
Target: Pretty Little Thing
Business: Young fashion brand
Value: £3.3m
Details: Acquisition of 60% stake.



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